Olsztyn and Mragowo

Olsztyn and Mragowo

There are some amazing sights which you do not want to miss in Olsztyn. For example, the impressive High Gate is just on your way to the town square and you will most likely to pass it. It is a remnant of the old medieval fort. Next is the Town Hall, you can just stand right across the street and take an up angle photograph of the old base standing foundation to the new building. In Poland, there are many memorial statue related to social realism. Social Realism Here in Olsztyn is one in t... [ read more ]

Top Things to Do in SZCZECIN

Top Things to Do in SZCZECIN

One of the top attraction in Szczecin is the Waly Chrobrego Promenade. In German, it is called 'Hakenterrasse'. It offers the great views on Oder river and the port. Do visit the Maritime Museum, Muzeum Morskie in the center of Waly as it houses some historical artifacts of the city and  big collection of African and maritime artifacts. It is a scenic and historic walking area as well as for hanging out. It is only 1.7 miles from the city center. On the upper terrace, there is also a reminder... [ read more ]

Discover Warsaw, a City of Old and New

Discover Warsaw, a City of Old and New

One of the largest and liveliest capitals in Europe, Warsaw is particularly interesting for its unique mix of old and new. While the historic center of the city, now fully restored to its pre-WWII charm, is rich in museums, palaces and inviting cafes, the business district witnesses the apparition of some futuristic glass and steel skyscraper or state of the art shopping center every few months. Its two contrasting sides: the ultra-modern centre and the old town constitute the unique charm o... [ read more ]

Top Rated to See in Poland

Top Rated to See in Poland

In Poland, the most famous parts are in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Wroclaw and some might even mention to you Poznan, Torun, Szczecin and Zakopane. Lodz is in the Central part of Poland, and here you should see Manufaktura better known as the mall with a soul. Besides the Miejski Ogrod Zoologiczny or Lodz Zoo has many fascinating animals and many voted it as excellent. Piotrkowska Street is a landmark and being one of the longest pedestrianized commercial thoroughfares in Europe. There are many A... [ read more ]

Zakopane and Tatra National Park

Zakopane and Tatra National Park

One of the areas to visit to see the Polish Tatras is the gentle Tatry Zachodnie. It is also known as the Western Tatras. The other is the High Tatras or the Tatry Wysokie that has a craggy appearance and a reminiscent of the Alps. High Tatras belong to the national park TANAP and many protected animals and plants can be found there. Besides there are mountain lakes, basins and peaks. Other than bus, you can take cog railway, trains, cable railways and trams to any locality in the High Tatras.... [ read more ]

Autumn to Do in Zakopane

Autumn to Do in Zakopane

If it is in the autumn time, you are recommended to spend your time in the regional highland inns. You can find them quite easily in the centre of Zakopane. It is even better to have a live highland band playing while you dine. Try their local food such as their regional appetizers like the oscypek, smoked sheep's cheese with hot cranberries (it is called moskol). In addition, the potato cake served with garlic butter is delicious too. Some drinks that are popular on a cool autumn evening is t... [ read more ]

Polish Resorts by the Baltic Sea

Polish Resorts by the Baltic Sea

The changing trend in traveling to Poland has changed tremendously over the years. There seemed to be endless irresistible airline price offers to Poland. However, one of the interesting ways to visit Poland is by sea as the experience and adventure of the voyage is simply joyful. Low tariffs and promotional tickets are always available. You can visit Poland by luxurious ferries and in the comfortable interiors and absolutely friendly services. Furthermore, there are a wide variety of on-board... [ read more ]

Polish Traditions on All Saints Day

Polish Traditions on All Saints Day

The 1st on November marks a very important date in the Catholic calendar: it’s the All Saints Day. But while countries like USA, UK, Australia or New Zealand are in the middle of the Halloween madness, Poland becomes a sea of candle lights and flowers. Unlike in other catholic countries, the 1st of November takes a very spiritual, deeply religious meaning in Poland. This is the day of the dead, when everybody should pay their tributes to the departed. If you ever happen to visit Poland ... [ read more ]

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

The tallest building in Poland and 8th tallest in the EU is the PKiN or the Pa?ac Kultury i Nauki/ The Palace of Culture and Science was originally the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science but when Stalin was revoked and 'destalinized', it remained only Palace of Culture and Science, now celebrating its 187th tallest building status in the world rank. Collegium Civitas The function that it serves today is as an exhibition center and office complex. It is 231 meters tall and it has a... [ read more ]

Warsaw's Largest Park Palace Complex

Warsaw’s Largest Park Palace Complex

If you are planning to Warsaw, you really must see the largest park, Royal Baths or Baths Park or ?azienki Królewskie Park-Palace Complex in Warsaw. It is 76 hectares in size and is smacked right in the city center. The structures in the park are in the following nine parts, the palace on the water, the Roman theater, the White House, the My?lewicki Palace, the Old Orangery, the New Orangery, the Temple of Diana, the Egyptian temple and last but not least, the Water tower. Near the park are s... [ read more ]